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Hours of Operation

Routine Appointments - Monday thru Friday


Emergency Service Available After Hours

Faculty in Tufts Veterinary Field Service

  • Ivan Craig EmbreeIvan Craig Embree
    Dairy Production & Management
  • Rachael GatelyRachael Gately
    Small Ruminant Medicine, Surgery and Reproductive Technologies, Dairy Herd Health
  • David M HernkeDavid M Hernke
    Dairy Production Medicine, General Surgery
  • Erin E. KingErin E. King
    Dairy Production Medicine, Farm Animal Welfare
  • Kevin A. LindellKevin A. Lindell
    Assisted Reproductive Technologies and Dairy Herd Health
  • David J. MatsasDavid J. Matsas
    Large Animal Medicine and Theriogenology
  • Lindsay B PhilipsLindsay B Philips
    Farm Animal Welfare
  • Eugene C. WhiteEugene C. White
    Dairy Production Medicine Advanced Reproductive Technologies – Bovine
  • Julia G WilkinsonJulia G Wilkinson
    Equine and Small Ruminant Medicine and Surgery

Staff in Tufts Veterinary Field Service

IVF Coordinator

Sarah received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Rhode Island. With certifications in Bovine/Caprine Artificial Insemination, Faffa Malan’s Chart (FAMACHA) and Bovine IVF for Oocyte Handling & Processing, Sarah has successfully developed numerous educational programs for practitioners, producers and the general public. Sarah also currently serves as the Program Director for SVF Foundation, a collaborative nonprofit endeavor with Cummings School and the Smithsonian, establishing a biorepository of cryopreserved germplasm from endangered breeds of livestock. Sarah has been a guest lecturer at a number of coveted academic institutions on topics surrounding genetics and reproduction, and completed published research in Advanced Reproductive Technologies for livestock and exotics. Her current professional affiliations include the International Embryo Transfer Society, American Embryo Transfer Association, The Livestock Conservancy and as President of the Board of Directors for the Areaway Goat Breeders – USA. In her free time, Sarah enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, as well as riding her quarter horse.  

Kathy Erickson
Practice Administrator

Kathy's education includes an MBA with a major in Accounting/Finance from Renssalear Polytechnic Institute, a B.S. Industrial Engineering from Purdue University and a CT 085 Business Administrator certification. Her primary responsibilities for Tufts Veterinary Field Service include managing client relations, overseeing the day-to-day operations, scheduling on-farm calls and clinic appointments and handling the accounting.

Veterinary Technician

Jen earned her undergraduate degree in Animal Science/Dairy Management from the University of Connecticut. Her primary responsibilities for Tufts Veterinary Field Service include maintaining the controlled substance logs and certificates of veterinary inspection, sterilizing surgery packs, performing laboratory work, exportation of animal and germplasm and coordinating the scheduling, x-rays and endoscopies. In her free time, Jen is actively involved in her family farm and enjoys spending time with her horse and dog.